The Basic Principles of Objectivism by Nathaniel Branden (Lectures 1-20) Complete Series MP3

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The Basic Principles of Objectivism

by Nathaniel Branden

The Basic Principles of Objectivism (Lectures 1-20) Complete Series MP3

Lecture 01: The Role of Philosophy

Lecture 02: What is Reason?

Lecture 03: Logic and Mysticism

Lecture 04: The Concept of God

Lecture 05: Free Will

Lecture 06: Efficient Thinking

Lecture 07: Self-Esteem

Lecture 08: The Psychology of Dependence

Lecture 09: The Objectivist Ethics

Lecture 10: Reason and Virtue

Lecture 11: Justice vs. Mercy

Lecture 12: The Evil of Self-Sacrifce

Lecture 13: Government and The Individual

Lecture 14: The Economics of A Free Society

Lecture 15: Common Fallacies About Capitalism

Lecture 16: The Psychology of Sex

Lecture 17: Romanticism, Naturalism and The Novels of Ayn Rand, Part 1

Lecture 18: Romanticism, Naturalism and The Novels of Ayn Rand, Part 2

Lecture 19: The Nature of Evil

Lecture 20: The Benevolent Sense of Life

Approximately: 24 hours

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Prepared by Nathaniel Branden in the late fifties and with the endorsement of Ayn Rand, these lectures were developed and devoted to a presentation of Ayn Rand's philosophy, including aspects that had not yet been covered in her written works. Additionally, Mr. Branden's extension of Objectivism into his own field of psychology gives special emphasis to the concepts of human nature, mental health and personal development.

The Basic Principles of Objectivism offers a detailed, systematic exposition of the philosophy defined by Ayn Rand and presented in The Fountainhead, Atlas Shrugged and For the New Intellectual. For the first time ever, you can now download these original Nathaniel Branden Institute (NBI) lectures from The Culture of Reason Center store.

Permission to offer this product has been given from The Atlas Society (TAS) which holds the copyright. For further information regarding TAS please visit their website: The Atlas Society

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